MongoDB 3.2.5-rc1 is released
MongoDB 3.2.5-rc1 is out and is ready for testing. This is a release candidate containing only fixes since 3.2.4. The next stable release 3.2.5 will be a recommended upgrade for all 3.2 users.
Fixed in this release:
- SERVER-23274 Aggregate with out, then stepdown, out collection dropped.
- SERVER-23283 RangeDeleter does not log cursor ids correctly in deleteNow()
- SERVER-22964 IX GlobalLock being held while wating for wt cache eviction
- SERVER-22937 Retry catalog operations whenever possible
- SERVER-22831 Low query rate with heavy cache pressure and an idle collection
- SERVER-21681 In-memory storage engine not reporting index size
As always, please let us know of any issues.
– The MongoDB Team
MongoDB 2.6 End of Life
MongoDB 2.6 was released in March, 2014 (over 24 months ago). We are now approaching the end of life of this major version, and we will sunset support for MongoDB 2.6 at the end of October, 2016. We encourage users to upgrade to version 3.0 or 3.2 soon . For customers who still use 2.4, note that upgrading from version 2.4 to 3.0 will require an intermediary upgrade to 2.6 . Review the MongoDB downloads page to find the latest stable releases and begin your upgrade. Information about the features in MongoDB 3.2, in addition to best practices around upgrading your version of MongoDB, can be found in our on-demand webinar . If you would like hands-on assistance with your upgrade, our professional services team offers a Major Version Upgrade consulting service . Please contact your account executive for pricing, details, and scheduling. Learn how to build an upgrade plan. Watch our on-demand presentation covering the best practices for upgrading to MongoDB 3.2. Best practices for upgrading to MongoDB 3.2
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